For Master’s student Amarnath Balachandran, the biggest difference about studying in Wales is the support and structure from Wrexham University


When Nicholas first arrived in Wales, he remembers thinking how everything looked beautiful in the sunshine and that it didn’t feel real.


Moving to Wales for a postgraduate degree in sports broadcasting at Cardiff Metropolitan University was the perfect next step for Caoimhe.


It took Kirandeep, 27, more than two years of speaking with a college advisor in the United States to find the right time and the perfect course to fulfil her ambition of studying abroad.


With affordable living costs, friendly locals and sunset volleyball matches on the beach, moving to Wales has been life-changing for first-year student Ruby.


Minutes from the mountains, a short drive to the sea and a university that looked like Hogwarts: studying at Bangor University was the perfect choice for student Riike.


Anisha, from Mumbai, believes that studying in Wales is not just about work and attending classes – but about “embracing a new culture, meeting new people and exploring new places.”